On a budget? With these recipes, you can feed a family of four for ten dollars or less.
Looking for a way to spice up your burgers? Then this recipe is just for you! Sauces used in this recipe like oyster sauce, Thai chili garlic and Sriracha can be found in the ethnic food aisle at the grocery.
Who doesn’t like barbecued chicken during the summer? Tossing it in with some lower carb vegetables and turkey bacon makes for a salad that will be popular with the entire family. Serve it with some whole wheat garlic bread, if desired.
Serve this quesadilla with a side salad lightly tossed in a low-fat cilantro vinaigrette.
Trying to eat a meatless, veggie-packed meal once a week? This recipe gives you all the flavor of tacos, but with so much more fiber and vegetables. Top them with avocado slices for extra flavor if you'd like.
You could try this tuna salad without the pasta and serve it on whole-grain bread, a tortilla or on a bed of lettuce. This quick and budget-friendly meal makes a healthy lunch or dinner.
This savory budget-friendly meat loaf is just as good as classic meatloaf. Our diabetes-friendly version is made with lean ground turkey and is seasoned with fresh herbs and garlic.
Cilantro and lime make a fresh and zesty flavor combination in this chicken dish.
You can make these nachos as spicy as you want by purchasing the salsa at the heat level you prefer. If you like it even hotter, top the yogurt with a couple dashes of hot sauce.
This version of Greek Lasagna is a great family meal that pairs well with a green salad topped with a little feta cheese and light Greek salad dressing.
No time to cook? Try this slow-cooker chicken for dinner. The sweet potatoes, Dijon mustard, and brown sugar make for a unique and tasty flavor.
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